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    Re: mchale998 probs

    I have heard of the spool block area behind the cover overheating and people removing the cover and running like that to keep it a bit cooler. Ours was bought second hand and already had the cover...
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    Sticky: Re: Silage, Straw and Hay prices

    That was a bit more than I made it, I try and keep the inputs to a minimum, a BLW spray in the spring and try and keep to a couple of fungicide applications if I can plenty of muck so not too much...
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    AD-BLUE USAGE NIL!

    Why would or what would cause a tractor to stop using adblue? In the last 30 hrs it hasn't used a drop, doing the sort of work I have been it would usually have used about 15 or so litres. No fault...
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    Sticky: Re: Silage, Straw and Hay prices

    Trying to put a value on crop of standing wheat. Done the usual of adding up all the inputs and adding a rent, seems a bit steep. Wondered if anyone had traded any wholecrop?
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    Re: Sciatica and farming

    Best advice I can give is to get it seen too ASAP. I didn't and it is now a recurring nightmare. If you have to keep working, which most of us do, give yourself plenty of variation, by that I mean...
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    Re: weed killer safe with livestock

    The things that work best never are!
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    Re: Tractor Brakes

    At work we recently had the brakes done on our N121. Single fitter came out to farm and had the whole job done + a few other small jobs and was all done by dinner time. The tractor also had a loader...
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    Re: Bloody Beacons

    Well I had the jist of it, just not the detail! Cheers Shrek.
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    Re: Anyone got one?

    No brainer. Go for the Valtra every time!!
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    Re: rear discharge muck spreaders

    Best advice I can give is stick with the k two. At work we had a Richard Weston it was high maintenance and gearbox broke. Traded in for a second hand k two that had previously been owned by...
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    Re: Maize behind grass without Poncho

    Have previously tank mixed Dursban with the roundup when spraying off grassland for maize. The sooner you can get rid of the leatherjackets the better. Also have found this beneficial in the fight...
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    Re: Bloody Beacons

    I don't think the wording in the legislation refers to width or length of load when dealing with beacons on tractors. It was brought in specifically to deal with the speed differential between...
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    Re: Bloody Beacons

    Not so bothered about the orange flashing twat brigade, obviously two beacons simply identifies you as twice the twat.
    Having work lights on while on the road REALLY does piss me of. Extremely...
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    Re: Whats price of scrap these days??

    The bosses wife took a load into the yard the other day, they weighed it in but wouldn't pay her cos she didn't have photo ID. She's quite old and doesn't have a photo licence. Her father has an...
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    Re: Joke of the day

    The geography of a woman: between the ages of 16 and 18 a woman is like China. Developing fast with a lot of potential but as yet still not free or open.
    Between the ages of 18 and 21 a woman is...
  16. Thread: New Defender

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    Re: New Defender

    How did you get on with your TD5? If you didn't have any major gripes, then why not go for another?
    The sort of budget you're talking would get you a good, low mileage, late year example that's...
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